The first or early part of the day, lasting from midnight to noon or from sunrise to noon.(noun)
The first or early part; the beginning: the morning of a new nation. (noun)
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Use "morning" in a sentence
"When seen in the morning it is called the Fetu ao, or _morning star_, and is said to have"
"Beautiful morning, my lord — ’morning, Mr. Cobling — I see you’ve made each other’s acquaintance already.”"
"Every sweet summer morning Alice would jump out of bed, and her mother would throw the window open, letting in the delicious perfume from the strawberry bed next door, and the joyous _morning hymns_ of the little birds, and then, if Lillie had come all at once, 'midst the songs of the birds, a small clear musical voice would be heard, singing (for she made a little song of it) -- "Al -- _lie_!"